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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion;. 2 K cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. i WANTED. WANTED Teamster. Frank Ender Wood,West Chesterfield. X. II. ggUg "WANTED To hire a farm with twin, references furnished. William AVesminster, Vt. ; .--.--t "TWANTED LOOO fowl3, Has. a pound , He teigbt. Sen. card, M. Black Box 283, Brattlebora. . . lm-n "VANTEI By school girl, work after 'school hours and Saturdays. Write Cherry St., Brattlchoro. . -hQ--J WANTED To tuy violins. violin aaj old or new. Write to n,.tnr 31 TT.mover fct.. Man- JUilli .j--.i. ' - Chester, X. II. Room 41. . iers for WANTED A few more customers lor it Guernsey dairy butter. We also have l Kfilti il tiisr pork. r A. l.nran-ouroil KSllttll TllLT POlk. "Phelps, Brattleboro,-Yt. a cL 1M. 203-tf WANTED To rent on or betore April 1 a tenement or eortage house of at least ti've? rooms -with modern improvements, (am v nf tnree ncrsons. uj bv a Hartford, Vt. !t3-tf FOR SALE. V5 t 1 FOR RALE A few watches. t,. Hovvp 117 Mn n St. -4-l-n FOR SALE Furniture and ranges new anu seeonu-iianu, ai .i. j. " - FOR SALE Dry hard wood, chunks t Kn1it: K. K. Mather. Tel. J3-;. J -u FOR SALE Fresh ground beef f craps and bone. W. F. Richardson M. ttoti a ALE Lisht one-horse traverse clwl Tirnttlphnrn Crnin UO. J.ei. '.. ctt.u . .. . . - . f 1 FOR SALE Four-ft. wood to order. G. J. Perkins & Son. or eawed Tel. 9-22. 243-tf FOR SALE Four-foot wood, a cord, Iom h eo r;fl T IT. W riant. J el. FOR SALE piano, Ilallelt & 244. - -Xecond-hn nd Davis. Price S2 si 1 1 1. ire Tel. 70 If Door Checks For office, shop or home. ' the new model ' does trick -is positive in ac- ; tiorf and will outwear any other. Ask to see one taken apart. ones ARREST (Continued DANDROW from Page J.) TeKer&McKay "WANTED TO RENT, May 1, single house seven or eight rooms, with garage ,v.V M modern conveniences, laniily rmcUtvj nf three adults. Prefer north Main St. hridgo. Address "Single. former Oflice. of R... WANTED Man with auto or horse to represent an old established American concern, in BrattlelKuo and surrounding trtWn. Must be willing to work, and be nl.le to furnish bond. Good compensation Apply to A. O. Neill, 2"t St., Springfield, Mass. I'm? WAt.l lirv hard wood, sunt or If. V. Newcomb. Guilford, Vt. T. l. 17-1H. 27 1-2! S I viTt T,1"! Two fonarv sincers, also r.no nr lnnuire of Mrs. Earl Taylor. AI-.t lLor... Vt. 2M) 2S.' FOR SAUO lleceh and Map'" w.od, price ftlO and 5r'12 per cord. 1 . E. Gain TV1. 211-12. 241-1 f House fresh lights. Numbers Eveready and Flash- FOR SAL fi ner cord. Give Sears, Vernon, !'iftv eord.s of wood, 0 vour order now. Frafik Vt. Tel. 17-21. 2..: tf Wortliington 2S2-2.M SPECIAL NOTICES. STE ADMAN, Tel. 1H2-R. Vi itt SJAI.E l:iip if bav lioises. as ri ! ti'iir .is there in the county. I 1 r.rnvTinhnn. l'.l.". Elliot St. 2."'J-tf lirtli, per CHAS. F. fVIAPJM 3S Main TliL S8 38 Main Autostrop Safety Razors 30-Day lifts inai. FOIt SALE Dry woo. ehestnut. ;ujd slab; from load. C. L. Amidon, R. ''. . maiile, .7 to slu Tel. 17-".. dressmaker, 20.)-2'.).", -Dr. P.riggs at Dr. Barber block, 'phont Residence 4:i0-.f. Is- ' f ELSIE B 127 Main St. "15HraOPODIST Bailey's office, 207 C(XK Residence i,r.t-.i. J I jQR SALE Stock and horse liay, v nr iva 7 T ATA1 A'INF.s; Most n..r. Mnunlmn iw.tntoos. fahhazc. st'f- W . fill. 1 .. .IL.VTJ..' . .... - V 1 ' J I ...... ......... ......... , ,, . favnrahta terms on sinele subscriptions or 0nd run maple syrup. Scott FOR SALE Sixty cords of nice dry av.iI t lril.r tmiv while it lasts. SM ji eord. Frank Sears. Vernon. T l. 17-21. Carl A. Mitchell l.NDKKTAKKK Iidy Assistant 1 80. Main Street Telephone :il-W or 8:. Mi fin went to the' 'little Vermont town, viewed the ruins. .of the rountry -most uiiiiie postohVe. and derided that Dan drow must have set h re to the building. The mot i ye. it is eiaimed, was to rover up any clews JJiat -might lead to liis ar rest hi cfuineet iou rith . i be '- missing tnonev. For several days l'hj inspectors j remained m Verntont, makirt ' fmpient j H ips fioni Wihiiiiigfoii " fiVl Snrvbiirg. 1 Finally Dandr6w w.is approached, and being miablij. to 'lisf- tlu- Vtlliee)'j that he, knew tiOfh'ing abotit (ne "niauey jof the i'u i (i! post oliie'e,'. they s"ea rclieij . him', i'fnch of ihei jnissing' cah' was found '". him, ij:' was slated 'last tiighf. , . Two montiis ago Tandrow, .who had leeii Working oiv'a Vfam 'being ' built yt Searsbtirg. entered' the government's em ploy as driver for I he stage tfyhi plies dailv' between the two Vermont, itowns. Seaiburg boasts pC . about loS inhabi tants. and : is' located", live miles from Wil mington. , Each day' the stage, carrying both mail and 'passengers, leaves. ;it S a. m. for the little up-state town. The daily arrival of (he stage is an event- in (ho life of the :rtnmiiii'rty';'Hhd the scan dal, thai now envelops the "star" line, is the chief topie for 'onversat ion among the nativcs'wf .Searsbiirg. Although the town is perhaps the smallest settlement, in Vermont .it lias a place in history as having maintained a postollice, u'nhpie in character, and I lie source of pleasure for Mimnifr vis itors who j-onght the extremes of rustic architecture, Xe:dled on a hillside just i !l" the main and only street in the town. I lie post.diice, rudely built. of odd pie-es id' lumber and little larger than a non descript hencoop, had served the town for more than LIO ear. The postmas ter. Xeedliam P.racLci I . an early settler and leader in the community, chopped :i frevli siiip!y of -wood each morning and regularly kindled a lire in the large sheet iron stove. The wood came from the liillide. the stove from an ahan- imed schooHiousc, When the chill winter winds swept Drattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Brattlebora. Vermont ' LI t I A s a vt MAKE A- I... , ... Send for booklet, 1-tf on rertucea chid rates. Brattleboro News Co. FRENCH DRY Tr;ANlNG, dyeing and pressing. Gtoves and furs cleaned. Satisfaction guaranteed. Jenney & I'ar nienter, 71 Elliot St. Tel. Con. 27S-2SD ""fVHIROPRACTOR Dr. Otto Rysse nt Dr. G. F. Lane's office, 42 Elliot street. Tplenhone C13-W. Office hours, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 2-5. p. m. PRICES Farm. Tel. 272-tf G-S 243-tf 227-Y. Vdlt ST.F. Ford roadster with truck hodv. thoroughly overhauled and newly I..HI.1I..I fan lie seen at the .Moslier Garage. - FOR SALE Fur coat. large size. miisk-i-nt lined, a barcain. in line condi tion tir-iee S;7."i. Address Fur Coat. Re former Office. 27-tf FOR SALE White enamel bed. spun See Taylor Tailor-Made Clothes MAGAZINES AT LOWEST Write, me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New fane, Vt. l,f TAKE NOTICE Beginning Feb. 1, 1922. No more credit when you are more than one week in arrears. Pay cash and get vour discount of 5c. on ?1 purchase. Xo discount on less than 5t lc, purchase. "S. S. Washer, West Dummerston, ..Vt. 2S0-2S1 and inattre nearly new, lawn road. complete oak 'dressen. S20. .1. E. -Smith, 'Phone Snx-W. 12 High- 2S 1 -JS2 LOST. FOR SALE We are now ready to de liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab woo.i. Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length. Ilolden &'Martin Lumber Co. laS-tf FOR SALE One pair chestnut horses, weight. 24UO lls. ; 1 pair black horses. weisrht 22t K) lbs: 1 bay horse, weight 11T.0 lbs., and s.iine good driving Jmr Brooks House Stable, Tel. :;i0. 277-tf i FOR SALE One Westminster 1 i horse power gasoline engine. 4 Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing. 5S Elliot Street, Room 3 -Your Euslness Solicited LOST Recently, a' dark-colored light weight cane. "Will finder kindly return to me. Mrs. E. L. Roberts, lit'. Barber Bldg. 2S0-2M LOST In vicinity of church Sunday, jWaterman Finder please return, Coane, Guilford St. Universalist fountain pen. Mrs. R. L WANTED COUNTY MANAGERS Large Corporation manufacturing non competitive product that has conclus ively proven that it aids in producing larger crops is opening a branch in each county in Xew England states and re quires the services of a capable man to act, as manager. Applicant must be com petent to handle large sums of money, hire and handle help. $500 required, fully secured. This proposition should net a live man from .$5000 to .$20,000 per year. Big advertising campaign al ready started including full page ads in national magazines. When writing give full particulars in first letter to se cure interview. Applicant must be able to eo to Boston for instructions. Unless can do so at once, meet ait cylinder wood saw outtit, and several other en gines. One Merrill piano, one Ludwig piano. Arthur Wilson, Telt 7D1-W. ' .s2S2-tu2M FOR SALE Ten horse power General Electric Alternating Current electric mo tor, formerly used to driv e cylinder pi ess. In good condition. Taken out to make stwiUiivr a variable mtc.'iailwtor.A.lso a quantity of shafting, ones, pulleys, etc. Low price for cash. Inquire ol ij. U. Crane, Manager Vermont . Printing Co., Brattleboro. VCO-tf " FOR ts ALE HORSES We will-arrive Saturday. Jan. 2S, with another express load of ho horses. Will have 5 pair 2'.HMI to :'.50l): 5 pair 2500 t. 21UKI : and 1t odd horses from ll.0 to I .. 1 hese Horses are all young, s..und, good broke and ready fur nnvJciiid of work. Mir nrioes are low and the quality of the best. It costs only a little more today to tgiy a good horse. One visit to our stables will convince you. All horses must be as represented. Guil ord & Wood Horse Co., F. S. Wood, Prop.. Shelburne Falls, Mass. Tel. BK!. 2S2-2SS CAN YOU SELL' FARMS? Our business is growing. To take care "f it. properly W E MIST HAVE MORE REPRESENTA TIVES to send u descriptions of farms- for sal', and to show same to our cus tomers. Natural ability pretcrred to previous experience. Mn-t own auto and iiirnish refer ences. Wo made more sales the past season than in nnv other single year in th history of our buinc's. Slate all particulars first letter. Com municat .ns treated as strictly conli I F. Lelsfnd Farm Agency lt:tblislHd 18!2 Old Sfiuth Building- " ' Boston, Mass. K you at once, meet all require ments ot tins aa anu your repiuauou y (jrant 42 Canal i innir ess. save vo ir iaiiit' cum i time. Will pay all expenses to TO RENT. TO RENT 2 or 3 furnished rooms. 7 Eels (Vmrt. 270 -if TO RENT Furnished room. street. Mrs. 2 if and from Boston if you qualify. flius is a real nnnnrtimitv and presents itself but once iu a lifetime, ately. TO RENT Steam heated room and board if preferred. 'Phone 37S-W. 2S0-2S5 Write or wire imniedi- NATION.YL SITRO -HACTER LTD., CORP TRANSPORTATION CHICAGO, i BUILDING, TO RENT Two-room and sunny, all furnished. ipartment. nice Tel. 01 7 M. 2S2 If TO RENT Furnislied apartment and one single room. 10'J lligli St. Tel. 327-ir. 2afit f TO RENT Four-riMim tenement,' mod ern improyenients, atluits only, lnquiri 30 Reed St. 271 272 tf FOR SALE At a Bargain 1919 Nash Touring Car 1920 Dodge Truck 1919 Essex Touring Car Federal Garage TO RENT The second floor of the Woolworth buildimr: suitable for offices Edcett & Co.. Agents. 249-tf APARTMENT TO LET, to small family, reliable people only. Steam beat, large living room, bedroom, large closet. bath. room, kitchenette. Possession given Feb. 1. Price .$:'. a month. Add re "Apartment.' c-o Reformer Oflice. 2:-U Stinehour's Auto Livery 7-passenger closed car, 50 cents for one or two passengers; additional passengers 25 cents each, within the village limits Tel. 36-W or 228-M You will be lucky if you do not relj on luck. That is to say, do your part and luck will take care of itselL It is lucky to have this chance to insure with us ; Examiner here daily National Life Ins. Co.. of Vt. (Mutual). " F. C. DINES, Special Agent, Brattleboro, Vt. Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. C81-R CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street A Card. We wislu to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to our many friends for their many deeds of kindness to our b loved wife -ami mother during her long illness. Also for their kind help, nnd the many beautiful Hovers at me time or our ne reavement. - May you all have such kirn friends in your time of need. Frank A. Blood, Lay L. Howe. Husband and Wife PIANO, TUNING J. M. PERRY Tel. 1118-W. ADVERTISE YOUR TO RENTS IN THE REFORMER W hen I apologize for stepping on peo ple's feet While climbing through the row for a seat in-the movies, mv wife accost me of trying to start.up flirtations with the women in the row. II. J. II. What IKes Vour Wife Do? Copyriglit, 1921, George Matthew Adam 1922 Buick Five-Passenger Touring Car. Never taken out of garage. Will sell for $50 less than present list price. Address Buick, care Re former Office. ifted snow against the littiv,. sha sometimes nearly iinling it I rom view, the vest master sh'oelid a path to the t reel. .Men .n " Miowshocs. and -'boys it it improvised ski is came each ihiy for t ne mail and gathered around the bi ove; wJiicli glowed with warm! h. , re- !le ted in the cheery smile ol 1 ot mast er Bracket!. Mnnv a vain was spun, manv l lurid tale told, when on those winter nights Searsburg's best valld at fhe ,ost office. It became the center of go ip. the principal meeting place for tin I eople Whom it served. 1 luring the summer Searching had manv visitors. AuiomoiiUcs lroin Hi ( itv. lif-aring sight. er w ho had heard f the l)Os!olici.. !upi-il in the priaci ! al amr only thorouhfare. Men and women of prominence in the onlidi World met the postmaster and othei folk, who told of the history ot the post- !hce. 1 hen came the calamity for it. .as just that this dest rm tion of Sear.s- ur::'s meeting place. The one thing of vhich the town boasted was destroys rarlv on the afterno..n of the 1Mb. The good piwiph' ot iscarsliurg ar thoroughly aroustd. "(Mrcumstafiuit evideni.-e" is what tliev have, and all IImv have, against the stage driver Word coniiusr from the little town last night was to the effect that all element: in the case ast suspicion on Ihindrow lie was seen loitering about the post .i- ... i . c 1 1 .. ... .. :..,,. 1 1. 1 oiliee pi.sf . i.'i"ie i i . nr.-, ,n n inn.-, ism inhabitant- claim. when I'o-I ma t. i j Fiaii-.ett -was nt hw hoi,.e. O.indn.w Take spent leoreMime than Ksiial mi the road! lets.' that. d.iy. a-f ivin iu Searsbtirg two hours after vfc;ivii g Wilmington. An uniuec edenled '); . I he !us lispeopli- trwriirjPTio n. the p.,stoiiice M.i - tors' found miK'lu'r moiie when they searched the iiiarti .Olliciiils who miissldl the stage driver vkWr the' sit uat ii.-J. more alnily. They agree that the charges probably will be sustaimst at the hearing toda. Oeputy Shcrilf r.e.vdeii would not cunmeiif on fhe casein st night. jlle j.aid that dur ing the"1rip from Greeulield to this city. in on the Uncertairi Hen Manv a housewife's fcieb hopes have gone glimmering, just becausa an erratic Biddy went worm-hunting when thirteen costly eggs were al most due to hatch. That doesn't pay. Put a BUCKEYE 'INCUBATOR 1 Today and Tomorrow Don' I Miss cum ' nz r 77 There is no valid reason why a man of prop erty should not make a will. Thereare iniium.er- able reasons why he should .not postpone the .mak-, ing of one. No thoughtful person needs to have these reasons rehearsed. . ,. V " - , . But there are two matters which should have careful thought First, make sure that jt. is in proper form, and second, name an executor whose ability and integrity is unquestioned. ;This bank will "gladly 'help, you' to secure the correct form, and is equipped to serve' most acceptably as the executor, , . ... Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE Source of Flowers' Fragrance. A French chemist has subjected flowers to analysis in order to find out bow they become fragrant, llcing cut into sections and having pure hydro chloric acid poured over them, it Is no wonder that the tender tlowers gave tip a portion of .their. secret. Vet they did not give it up enfii'vly. The Investigator was only able to ascer tain that' the fine oil. widen gives tbe perfume Is apparently derived in ever case from the chlorophyll, and is usually at the upper surfaces of the petals, or sepals, in delicate cellules There seems to be some inverse reta tion between the amount of pigment or coloring matter, hi the flower and ' the perfume. Some of the more sober colored flowers have the most tie fragrance. " . iy lightful' The first train robbery in the Fnited States occurred - near Seymour, lnd. May 22. lsUN. . ..... To Cure a Cold in One lay Laxative P.KOMO OUIN1NC tab- The genuine bears the signature of K. W. Grove. (P,e sure you get IIKO.UO.) ok. Advertisement. Flowers and Plants Why are we selling so many Car nations? . It is because we are cutting theiii all from our own plants. W bv not try some and see for yourself? Violets. Sweet Peas. Narcissus and lallies all grown by ns. Fresh I loses all the time. Flowers are cheaper. We give just as good by telephone as when you come and m:ike your own sc-" lection. C. N. Itoiul, Florist WhichCostsMore? To Have Insurance and Not Need It Oil To Need Insurance and . Wot Have It GEO. M. CLAY General Insurance Agency ?.mk lilock i:rattleboto, Vt. .i ndrow id stat. wo serious who came her had little to' say. I he deputy however, that Oandrow face.; barges. Inspector ueilly i- last mght. could not be located, lie w ill appeal1' in federal court odav w hen 1 a ndrow ' is arraigned. At that hearing will be told the enure story f how and why Searsb.nrjf lost its pot- oliice. And Searsliurg is vitally iiiter- sted. VERMONT INVESTMENT CORPORATION Investment Securities List of Current Offerings - - - ""--- --' "7 ' ' i - , '' ' K Furnislied On Applicatiqn Phone 55 Room 1, American Bldg. Brattleboro American Bible Society. The American P.ible society was or ganized in Xew York city in 1810, to encourage a wider circulation or tne Pdbie. In IS 11 an net of incorpora tion was madu.uid in 1S.V2 "Pible House" was built, one of the oldest oflice buildings in New York city. The board of managers consist.- of 3ti laymen and the object is to translate and circulate the Holy Scripture to all the ends of the earth and espe cially among the benighted and desti tute. It is strictly undenominational and during 100 years 117,1:10,711 vol umes have been distributed, printed in 104 languages. The society is maln lained, by bequests, endowments and subscript ions 5 1 N0TICE ; We . are ' now ' prepared to furnish full line of livery 'horses, nlso sleigh ride par ties "at reasonable prices. . j KROOKS IIOUSK STABLE II. L. IJrooUs. TroD. Tel." S00 ''.' Ladies and Gentlemen' , Clothes, . CLE ANfill. '.'PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service . ' ' Brooks Iluuse Darber Shop FRANK A. SNOW , Violin Tcaclicr Call Tel. 670 -M iu Putney Iad Strange Idea of Gratitude. As a sort of manifestation of grati tude combined with? self-sacrifice ami self-abasement the Tamil Hindu when he recovers from a serious illness sometimes makes a vow to do some thing entailing discomfort and paiu to himself. These, vows take differ ent forms, such as', rolling over and over on a hard metalled road, lashing himself or being; gashed on the -back, or Wearing .a hair shirt, but walking over live coals Is the means most com .'niouly 'chosen by the devotee, this be ing often accompanied by .other forms of self-torture. URNS aL Cover wita wet Damns afterward appor KUJf Is CE0 Ooer 1 7 Million Jan Used Yarly o ' - ' -" . o 0 mmmMbmm. J w l Uftl !2 t. k jm. ri ' NOTICE Will the party that was seen .Thing Kulli DetVner's sweater from the line please return same at once to saye further trouble... MRS. NELLIE DEFENER Elliot Street Todav and Tomorrow Doii-i .Jiss' . ' "'" Con Hi fuel if'. Is .r--.- t, -zr- . 3fi t'- . i"--: -m - ---jl a : - . ::im. -.re-r.-iB sti Mgmm mmm&&M wmmmm s?ssyi.E:i5Wt: 1:1 Safe Deposit the old and the nerw way YEARS ago, people used cumbersome iron bound chests to store their valuables. That was the best protection they could secure then for the most care fully made strong box was only partially safe. The old strong box is replaced today by the Safe Deposit Box of the modem bank. By renting one of - bur boxes-you secXire all the benefits of the elaborate " protective system of our vault, with its multiple " protection p time locked doors and scientific mecha V nism that insults complete safety from loss of any kind. . . . For a small yearly rental you can have the exclusive y Use of one of :6W"boxes to keep your Valuables--?--la plagjBH-yourtjwn-to which no one but yourself access. j i. '. Boxes 'of various sizes are r 'j? available 'far immediate rental :-..";r'"--T Peoples National Banl BRATTLEBORO, VT. k. u '-' . o t h" fl ;' ': ' ' - : fl ! v " . '. - . ft 4 1